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spoke earlier this morning from sowell south korea as ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroomcarey is warning -- newsroom kerry is warning north korea it will gain nothing. >> reporter: no one in the international community is willing to recognize north korea as a nuclear state so it's time to stop the threats. kerry's first trip to south korea comes after a shocking development. a pentagon report that was supposed to be classified was mislabeled and read allowed at a hearing yesterday. now the world knows that the pentagon does fear north korea has a nuclear war head that is small enough to fit on a missile. u.s. intelligence officials have publicly played down north korea's abilities so this could change the game plan. officials say north korea's kim jong un is a young untested leader and there is no history to help them determine if he will follow through with his verbal threats. >> the rhetoric we are hearing from north korea is unacceptable. >> reporter: in a meeting yesterday with the united states secretary of general
officials were caught off guard about some leaked information about north korea. ktvu kyla campbell reports in our washington, d.c. newsroom. the pentagon believes north korea has a nuclear war head that can fit on a missile. kyla. >> reporter: that new information was not supposed to be revealed but it was mistakenly marked unclassified and read out loud at a public hearing yesterday. the defense intelligence agency does not believe the weapon will be very reliable but this does raise new concerns about north korea's nuclear capabilities. secretary of state john kerry is in south korea for the first time ever. he spoke in seoul a couple hours ago saying the u.s. will take all necessary steps to protect americans our troops overseas and our allies. there is strong suspicion that north korean leader kim jong un will test a mid range missile capable of traveling 2500 miles. >> nor the international community we are all united in the fact that north korea will not be accepted as a nuclear power. >> next hour we will hear what president obama will sa
14th. kyla campbell tells us how the nra, national rifle association is reacting to this proposed legislation in the senate. >> reporter: pennsylvania republican pat says they were in constant talks with the lobbying group to include this with background checks and expanding background checks they say will not solve violent crimes and will not keep our kids safe in schools and this bill also zeros in on mental health. it requires them to submit mental health information and they will be submitted to background checks and there punish states that do not comply with this new rule. felt hours get underway in just minute minutes. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a man is allege dollarsly stalking victims. in late february, he was emailing, calling and using social media to contact victim's families. this was the area where he was arrested. none of it was threatening but he is facing telephone harassment and stalking charges. >>> north korea says they have powerful strike being means on standby for a missile launch. and the almost da
. >> born >> good morning, i'm tori campbell in for pam cook. steve what is on tap for today if >> a bit chilly. lows in the 40s and 50s. patchy fog near the coast. that is high pressure. it will be nice for a couple of days. we'll talk about that coming up in seven minutes. here is sal. >>> traffic continues to move along relatively well on interstate 880 in okay land. traffic is not effected by road work. same thing depose for most of the bay area. look at the golden gate bridge and traffic is smooth. coming up on 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> we are starting with overnight news as a suspected drunk driver is in the hospital after a frightening crash that happened in east oakland it involved a car, fire hydrant, and a tire shop. tara moriarty is at 50th avenue and san leandro street. tara. >> reporter: you can see where the car slammed into the fire hydrant it knocked it off completely off the sidewalk here. you can see where the water gushed down the street. over here is a bunch of debris where the car slammed into the side of
. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> an emotional vigil was held. dozens of people were near the spot where he was shot and killed late tuesday morning. he was taking part in a job training program when suddenly self gunmen came by and opened fire. >> he was trying to do better and get his life together. >> several people broke down in tears. this is richmond's third homicide of the year. police are promises safer streets. so far there have been 37 reported shootings and 38, whom saids have also done town. down from 26 on october 11th. >>> a man was discoveraged on tuesday as firefighters were putting out a brush fire to highway 85. the victim was homeless and living in the area. ktvu channel 2 morning news found a mexican consulate i.d. card and turned it over to authorities. they are trying to figure out what led to a shooting in allison lane. they are trying to figure out what led to that. police are still trying to figure out when the shooting happened amount. >> legal land yeah is expected to -- leylandee secretaried to be in c
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